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The changes to the Immigration Rules mean that Tier 1 (General) migrants can no longer extend their leave to remain after 5 April 2015 or apply for...
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In an almost unpublicised move, the Home Office has made amendments to its guidance for assessing good character in nationality applications. The...
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In late December 2014 Home Secretary Theresa May proposed to implement changes to the Immigration Rules in respect of Tier 4 students. These would...
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Reminder, Tier 1 General migrants who wish to extend their stay must apply before 6 April 2015 otherwise they will not be able to extend any further...
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Tier 2 Sponsors: Updated Guidance
On 06 November 2014, changes were made to the Tier 2 Policy Guidance. All Tier 2 sponsors, new or existing, must...
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From 2 March 2015, new provisions of the Immigration Act 2014 will come in to force. The provisions will extend the marriage and civil partnership...
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European Union (EU) rights associated with the free movement of persons principle have been the subject of considerable debate recently where...
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A Westminster Legal Policy Forum Keynote Seminar, supported by Gherson, will be held on 5th March 2015 in London.
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A recent report published by the Public Accounts Committee into the UK border and immigration system exposes particularly damning statistics of...
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Changes to the UK immigration appeals system as per the Immigration Act 2014 are now being phased in. The most recent changes (20 October 2014)...
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The FA, led by Chairman Greg Dyke, have announced plans to cut the number of non-EU players playing in England. Dyke believes that tightening the...
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In an interview with Newsweek Europe Ukip leader Nigel Farage stated that Britain should deny entry to migrants who test positive for HIV, arguing...

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